The 30th pick in the draft, tight end Dustin Keller, has come to terms with the Jets. No details on the contract have been released, but now only Vernon Gholston remains unsigned. Good job by the Jets taking care of business with all their later picks.
It's going to be very interesting to see how the Jets use him. He's a little undersized for a TE (6-3, 240), so blocking could be an issue. However, his hands and 4.55 speed should make him a threat to stretch the field and create more opportunities for Laveranues Coles and Jerricho Cotchery.
Don't expect a ton as a rookie, since most rookie receivers and tight ends tend to struggle early on, but Keller works hard and competes, so hopefully he can have an impact sooner rather than later. The Jets probably don't want him to start right away, but if Chris Baker becomes enough of a nuisance, he might have to.